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Wednesday, 04 June 2008 09:51

Tom Clancy?s EndWar beta testing registration starts

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Futuristic strategy for XboX 360

 

Ubisoft recently launched a Webpage where you can register in order to beta test Tom Clancy’s EndWar game.

The testing will last 3 weeks in June and July, and will be available only in English. Beta testing will happen online and 1v1 and 2v2 matches will be played on 3 maps.

Of course, you’ll need an XboX Live connection, gold membership and 3GB of free space on your hard disk.

EndWar is a semi-futuristic real-time strategy, set in the 3rd World War.

You can register for beta testing here.

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